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City of Bellaire

City Hall is Moving


The first phase of the Municipal Facilities project is nearing completion.  The last day of City Hall operations in the current building will be Friday, November 9.  Those operations will be moved into the new City Hall building over the following weekend, including the Veterans Day holiday on Monday November 12.  The new City Hall will be open on Tuesday, November 13 at 1:00 p.m.  Services moving into the new City Hall building are Utility Billing, Permitting, City Clerk, Development Services, Finance, Human Resources, and City Manager’s Office.  

The first City Council meeting in the new City Hall will be the regular meeting of December 3. There will be a short ribbon cutting ceremony and reception before the meeting.  The public is welcome to attend.

Please stop by and check out the new building.  The physical address remains unchanged: 7008 South Rice Avenue.  Enter the new City Hall at the South Rice Avenue entrance.

The new Police and Courts Building will open in January 2019.  Until then, Police and Courts will remain in the temporary location at the current City Hall.  Communications (dispatch) is still located at the Fire Station on Jessamine and is available for 24 hour service. 

Next steps in the Municipal Facilities project include the demolition of the current City Hall building and the beginning of the construction of the new Civic Center, which is expected to be complete in the summer of 2019.  These activities will impact parking, please look for Notify Me messages for more information.

https://www.bellairetx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/22119/Upcoming-City-Celebrations-2018

Flooded Street

Flooding in Bellaire...What's Being Done?


Flood control has been a priority for the City of Bellaire for many years.  This focus has been heightened the past year, and each significant rain storm, such as what we experienced on Halloween, generates more questions about what the City of Bellaire is doing to protect citizens from flooding. These efforts include everything from street and drainage improvements to enforcing building codes to participating in interlocal projects with organizations like City of Houston, TXDot and Harris County.  Please check out this summary at the link provided below.  

If you have any additional questions on the City's efforts to help mitigate flooding in Bellaire, please do not hesitate to call us at 713-662-8222. 

https://www.bellairetx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/22120/Floodplain-Management-Overview-2018

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Fire Safety Tips


Did you know that Thanksgiving is the leading day of the year for home fires involving cooking equipment?  The Bellaire Fire Department would like you to stay safe this Thanksgiving.  Please download this handy flyer from the National Fire Protection Association with tips to help keep your Thanksgiving holiday happy and safe.

https://www.bellairetx.gov/1499/Thanksgiving-Safety-Cooking-Tips

Holiday in the Park

Holiday in the Park November 29


Sources from the North Pole are predicting Santa's official arrival in Bellaire at the Holiday in the Park celebration. Santa's elves will be converting Bellaire Town Square (7008 South Rice, behind City Hall) into a winter wonderland for the festivities on November 29 from 6:00-8:30 p.m. The event is free to the public, activities, food and pictures with Santa will be a additional cost.

For more information, please call Bellaire Parks, Recreation & Facilities at 713-662-8280.

KPB

Party at the Pavilion November 2


Join us this month as we have a Party at the Pavilion in Bellaire Town Square (7008 S. Rice Ave.) on Friday, November 2.  This free concert features the soulful sounds of the Keeshea Pratt Band, winner of the 2018 International Blues Challenge.  Pink's pizza will be there with pizza slices and salads for sale during the performance.  The event begins at 7 pm so don't be late.  Bring your family and friends for a fun time!

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